Google Sightseeing: Catch A Fire With Google Maps

Google Maps is on fire! Or at least it seems that way, considering the number of raging fires Google imagery has captured over the years. In my latest post at Google Sightseeing, you’ll get to see some of the fires caught by Google imagery, either from satellite or from Street View. This post captures a…

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The Highest of Low Points: The 15 Most Elevated Countries on Earth

There is a special place reserved in respective national consciousnesses for the highest point in a country. Everest, McKinley, Kilimanjaro, Mont Blanc, Fuji, Olympus, Ben Nevis – the towering peaks that can be seen for miles across the countryside and are held up as national symbols. They form the basis for religious myths (and political…

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